333 Collins Street| Monochrome Madness 2 – 28


Well its been a couple of months now but when I was down with Leanne Cole (blog here), we were waiting in the lobby of this building at 333 Collins Street and as I clicked away and observed I noticed the lovely uniformity of the elevator lobby with people rushing by also noticing the stillness of the patterns and liked the contrast.  Of course I didnt have my tripod with me so had to hold my breath, stand steady and had fingers crossed it wouldnt be too blurry.  It isnt razor sharp but I was pretty happy considering the tools at hand.

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For more monochrome madness black and white photography please go to Leanne’s blog (link above) to have a look. If you are interested in entering yourself, it is on every Wednesday and Leanne has instructions on how to on her blog.

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16 comments

  1. I know that holding breath moment pretty well – Looks a good result to me 🙂

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  2. Thanks Kaz, I now know exactly where this photo is 🙂 What I hadn’t realised was that you weren’t using a tripod to take it!! You’ve obviously got much steadier hands than mine!!

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  3. I really liked the symmetry of the patterns in this pic.Thanks!

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  4. I would be thrilled to take a picture this beautiful, Karen. Steady hands are so overrated! 😀

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  5. Great shot, Karen. I love the static scene combined with the catched moving people – a nice contrast of mobility and immobility

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  6. I’m glad you tried – it turned out beautifully.

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